2021 Adult ADHD Resources

These 2021 adult ADHD resources are gathered here for the following age ranges:

  • college-age adults
  • working-age adults
  • seniors/retirees

These are ADHD resources you may find useful, some of which have been featured in our monthly “Positive Steps” newsletter.

Adult (General)

How to Ace Your Job Interview: An ADHD Primer

Neha Kash, ADDitude Magazine, Updated October 26, 2021

Coping with Loneliness When Your Spouse Has ADHD

Erica Cirino, Medically reviewed by Jacquelyn Johnson, PsyD, May 20, 2021

The Effects of Adult ADHD on Relationships

Vicki T. Hyatt, Medically reviewed by Timothy J. Legg, PhD, CRNP, Healthline, Updated on July 23, 2018

ADHD Relationship Cycles

Edge Foundation, Edge Foundation Newsletter, October 21, 2021

Adult ADHD and Impulsivity – It is much more than ready-fire-aim.

Russell Ramsay, PhD, ABPP, Rethinking Adult ADHD, Psychology Today, Reviewed by Lybi Ma, July 1, 2021

Impulsivity and Adult ADHD

Edge Foundation Newsletter, October 3, 2021

6 strengths and benefits of ADHD

Zia Sherrell, MPH, Medically reviewed by Jacquelyn Johnson, PsyD, Medical News Today Newsletter, July 20, 2021

Women with ADHD: No More Suffering in Silence

Ellen Littman, PhD, ADDitude Magazine, Updated June 4, 2021

ADHD and Overthinking

Jacqueline Sinfield, Untapped Brilliance Blog, May 21, 2021


Your Next Steps | College and Career Prep for Young Adults with ADHD

Jodi Sleeper-Triplet, MCC, SCAC, CHADD Webinar, Originally Aired March 3, 2021

Yes, You Can Get ADHD Accommodations In College

Susan Yellin, ESQ., ADDitude Magazine, Updated March 6, 2020


Secrets of Job Success

Carl Sherman, PhD, ADDitude Magazine, Updated January 31, 2020


Adults with ADHD Are Happier & More Satisfied After 60 (Despite Their Messy Closets)

Linda Roggli, PCC, ADDitude Magazine, Updated November 6, 2020

Inside the Aging ADHD Brain

Linda Roggli, PCC, ADDitude Magazine, Updated November 6, 2020